Panlalawigang Komisyon para sa Kababaihan ng Bulacan


In order to address issues and concerns of women in the province, the Provincial Social Welfare and Development Office wrote a concept paper in August 1993 about a commission that would cater to women empowerment.

It was in January 17, 1994 when a committee studied the concept paper and presented it to selected women leaders from different sectors in February 8-9, 1994 to be re-examined. And in February 22, 1994 the creation of Panlalawigang Komisyon para sa Kababaihan ng Bulacan (PKKB) was launched through the Executive Order 94-02 in Hiyas ng Bulacan Convention Center, Lungsod ng Malolos, Bulacan and was institutionalized later through Provincial Board Resolution 2000-412.

Although PKKB is a government institution, it is manned by eleven (10) women leaders from different Women Non-Government Organizations making it a good model of GO-NGO partnership.


Executive Order 94-02
Instituting A Commission on Women in Bulacan February 22, 1994 Kapasiyahang Bilang 2000-412
Kapasiyahang Nagpapatibay na Maging Isang Ganap na Institusyon ang Panlalawigang Komisyon para sa Kababaihan ng Bulacan (PKKB) Setyembre 7, 2000 Executive Order 08-14
Adopting the Sangguniang Panlalawigan Resolution No. 200-412 and Renaming the Position of the Executive Director to Commissioner Emeritus of Panalawigang Komisyon para sa Kababaihan ng Bulacan (PKKB) April 2008 Executive Order 02-A, s.2011
An Order Designating an Additional member of the Board of Commissioners in the Panlalawigang Komisyon para sa Kababaihan ng Bulacan (PKKB)


Eva M. Fajardo
More Than Conqueror Fellowship Int’l., Inc. Chairperson (1997-present) City of Malolos, Bulacan Commissioner (1994-1997) Carmelita R. Cruz
PINITAK Foundation Commissioner (2008-present) Plaridel, Bulacan Exec. Director (2001-2008) Author of Commission (1994) Zenaida S. Mabagos
Rotary Club of Meycauayan Uptown Commissioner (1996-present) City of Meycauayan, Bulacan Adelaida P. San Juan
Marilao Retired Teachers Association Commissioner (1996-present) Inner Wheel Club of Marilao Marilao, Bulacan
Dra. Magdalena I. Gonzales
Phil. Medical Association & Bulacan Medical Society, Commissioner (2002-present) Soroptimist International of San Rafael San Rafael, Bulacan Elvira M. dela Rosa
Soroptimist International of Plaridel Commissioner (2004-present) Plaridel, Bulacan Felicitas V. de Guzman
Kababaihang Barangay ng San Miguel Commissioner (2007-present) San Miguel, Bulacan Purita R. Bunoy
Retired DTI Employee Commissioner (2011-present) Pulilan, Bulacan Rosalie V. Lava
Catholic Women’s League Nuestra Senora dela Asuncion Commissioner (July 2016-present) Bulakan, Bulacan Rosario M. Pengson
Catholic Women’s League Mojon Commissioner (July 2017-present)


The PKKB envisions a province where women and men achieve their full potentials and participate meaningfully and equally in the development of Bulacan.


To this end PKKB will serve as a vehicle between government agencies and other entities in mainstreaming of women in the pursuit of peace, equality and sustainable development.


Encourage active participation, involvement and commitment of women’s group in all development programs.


Policy-Making Body

  1. Formulate policies, set priorities and coordinate, with both public and private institution, the preparation of development plans for women.
  2. Advise the Governor in formulating policies and plans for the integration and mobilization of women in development based on equality of protection and opportunity.


  1. Encourage participation of all sectors, government and private, in all their efforts for the promotion and development of women.
  2. Undertake continuing advocacy on women concerns through publications, media, networking and coordination.
  3. Give recognition to outstanding women/women organizations as per Board Resolution No. 215.


Monitor compliance with laws and coordinate with government agencies in the implementation of laws and policies affecting women.


  1. Provide leadership and direction in the integration of women as full and equal partners in development and nation building particularly giving emphasis to grassroots participation.
  2. Provide support to Women NGOs through networking, technical assistance and fund intermediation.
  3. Serve as a database and information center for women.